Yes. That time of the month is simply unbearable for me. I’ve tried lots of things, but everyone says Midol works the best. I noticed there were many different kind of it :
Midol Teen ( I’m 17 so I’m not sure if I want that )
Midol Extended relief
and Midol Liquid Gels
I was just curious as to what people like the best? Especially for cramps and bloating.
i’m 7 week pregnant now and have a bad morning sickness but the one that i can’t stand is the bloating and the heart burn sometimes it so painful that i can’t go to sleep. i’m so stress about right now since i want the pain to go away while i can’t drink any stomach acid medicine. is there any treatment that okay for me to consume right now that help to relief this burning pain ?
I would be so greatful for anyone out there who has exerience with bloating after an appendectomy to let me know if I should be overly concerned. I’m not in pain except the bloating. I have tried gas-x and it is helpful and spearment tea. Thanks folks.
Lately everyday I’ve been getting horrible bloating and my stomach has been growling non-stop. It’s becoming embarrassing because my stomach is really loud. I’ve been pooping a lot as well…like 3-6 times a day and it’s pretty runny as well and not a lot. This is not normal for me either.
In the stomach area. B/c I dont know if it’s bloating or I’m actually gaining weight
I’m at the end of my period
But if it’s bloating when does it usually happen the beginning, middle, or end of the period or all through it?
Lollypop, go get two points somewhere else your a waste of time typing useless stuff. You get a thumbs down
I am only 6.5 weeks and look like I am showing already – I am so bloated all the time! I’m not complaining about it cause its nice to have pregnancy symptoms – reminds me of my baby growing inside me. But does the early bloating go away and when? I don’t want to be alarmed when I am bloated and looking pregnant and then all of a sudden I am back to normal. Or does it go away?
I feel the cramping and bloating associated with menstruation, but I’m constantly nauseous. Sometimes the urge to vomit gets so intense that I feel like I need to run to the bathroom, but I never vomit. It’s frustrating. I’ve been told that it is very likely stress-related, but no one has given me a solution yet. All I want to know is how I can “make it start” again. I have to say that I’ve never wanted to get my period before, but this time I would be glad of the relief…
I feel the cramping and bloating associated with menstruation, but I’m not bleeding, and I’m constantly nauseous. Sometimes the urge to vomit gets so intense that I feel like I need to run to the bathroom, but I never vomit. It’s frustrating. I’ve been told that it is very likely stress-related, but no one has given me a solution yet. All I want to know is how I can “make it start” again. I have to say that I’ve never wanted to get my period before, but this time I would be glad of the relief…
I’m twenty years old. I’ve been noticing the feeling since early Monday morning. It’s not a long time, but long enough for me to be concerned. I’m going to take a pregnancy test at some point this weekend just to make doubly sure that I’m not, but I spoke with a friend over the phone (who is studying to be a doctor) and she said that my symptoms don’t sound like a typical pregnancy. She said to call her back in two weeks if I still hadn’t gotten my period, or if the symptoms persisted or got worse. She hasn’t gone very far in med school, though, so I wanted a few more opinions from people who may have had the same problem.
I took a test tonight and the results were negative, so that rules that possibility out. The nausea, however, is getting worse because no matter what I do my period won’t start. I’ve done everything I can to relax my muscles and I bled a tiny bit just once, but that’s it. I don’t know what to do. It’s almost unbearable at this point. Someone please advise me.
Four years ago I was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease after being admitted by emergency room officials with an intestinal blockage. I have never had any of the symptoms of Crohn’s like diarrhea and often feel I have been misdiagnosed or something else is wrong too. I am only 20, but I always feel fatigued and older than I am.
After every meal, loud gurgling noises come from my lower abdominal area, and usually, it feels like pressure is released, and only then do I feel relief. The noises are embarrassing, and the discomfort is expected. My gastroenterologist has given me medications for IBS, Crohn’s, and acid reflux, and none of them seem to be doing the trick.
It has to be something with my diet. Different foods cause different effects to the bloating and discomfort. I just don’t know what is triggering it exactly. I have seen enough specialists, and they all immediately jump to IBS, but these medications do not help.
4 colonoscopies have not been able to detect anything new so who knows. Please let me know of any diet changes that I may want to try.
last year my friend told me a recipe for a drink that makes you’re stomach look flat because it gets rid of bloating, to drink when getting ready for prom or a dance or something. i cant remember what it was though.
it involved mainly lemon juice and some kind of pepper and something else…
This is me bloating my stomach with water. Includes sucking in my stomach and stomach pains. The before shot shows my belly completely empty and the after shots show my belly with 3 litres of water inside it! 2 of the 3 litres were drank slowly over a few hours and the final litre was chugged right before filming. Sorry it’s not that long – my bladder was feeling pretty painful aswell. I woke up in the night with stomach pain and filmed this aswell. Also at the end of this video is a recording of the noises my stomach was making in the night.
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